tired: saying hi to a girl
wired: sending her ur pub key
So, here it is, my new fvwm desktop configured to appear the most CDE -like I could
the greatest minds of my generation were lost to the blockchain hype train
Well, here's my Mastodon timeline, inside Emacs, on a DEC VT420.
cyberpunk on TV: "wow this is amazing"
cyberpunk in a book: "fuck yeah"
cyberpunk in an image: "nice"
cyberpunk in real life: "I'm staging an intervention for you, you drink too much, smoke too much, your apartment is a mess, you haven't been out in weeks, and why do you have all these useless broken computers?"
GoLang is probably the best programming language... for backend web development of CRUD apps
I read about Risc-V initiative. Shit, I want this to replace x86 in the nearest future.
I mean, it's fully open-souce general-purpose computing architecture anyone can improve upon! Damn!
True software freedom for this age: you can get the source code of a service you use, and can set it up on your own server. You can also get all your data from the service, and migrate it to another service (hosted by you or someone else). Futher, all of this needs to be easy, fast, and cheap enough to be feasible, and there can't be "network effects" that lock you into a specific service instance.
Please don't demand content warnings from strangers. Content warnings are a sort of social contract between an author and their followers; if you are not happy with how someone chooses to use them, do not follow that person or outright mute them, or mute words.
One of the most alienating experiences on Mastodon I've observed is when someone posts about something they're passionate about or is part of their identity and the first response is "please cw that" from a complete stranger.
seriously tho dune is probably the worst thing david lynch ever did and if they're gonna remake it they better work off jodorowsky's book or idgaf
for real i feel robbed of jodorowsky's dune
I have been considering the ability to hide following/follower counts on pixelfed.
I have noticed that is one of the addicting aspects of social media and I don't want pixelfed to be a platform that encourages addiction. We don't have shareholders to impress and we have a social responsibility to build better alternatives.
Libre software user and bad developer // meme enjoyer // frequently tired
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